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Century Home

I ’ve looked forward to celebrating the centennial of my house since the day I bought it. Our local public library provides plaques that read “Bexley Century Home” to all homes that turn 100, and to say I’m excited to claim mine next year would be an understatement. It’s just a small blue front-yard marker, but it feels like a badge of honor.

Nearly 15 years ago, I was charmed by this American Foursquare-style house—tall and boxy with cedar shingles, plenty of large windows, and an old coal chute on one side. I still love the French doors, the built-ins, and the creaky original wood floors, all hallmarks of the era. You can tell by walking around my neighborhood that almost half of the houses date to the 1920s and ’30s. Bexley, Ohio, was incorporated as a village in 1908, then became a city in 1932, once it had more than the 5,000 residents required. Today, there are roughly 14,000 people living here, in roughly 5,000 homes—more and more of them with “Bexley Century Home” plaques.

In 2010, I moved into this house with my husband and one-year-old daughter, who had just taken her first steps a few weeks earlier. Now that toddler is a sophomore in high school, she has a younger brother who’s starting middle school, and their father lives in another state. When my marriage ended, I fought hard to stay in this old house, despite its upkeep, and despite its ghosts. I wanted to keep my children in our neighborhood, in their school district, within walking distance of their friends, and only a short drive from their grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. This house—this community—is the only home they’ve ever known.

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I know that my ability to make that commitment to my children is a privilege. To choose where I live and to put down roots is a privilege. For many, staying put isn’t an option. People leave home for all kinds of reasons. They can’t afford to stay, because of divorce, or the death of a family member, or gentrification. They might move to seek work, or better opportunities, or more freedom. Or they leave to escape violence, persecution, or human rights violations.

Starting over isn’t always an empowered choice or an exciting adventure, but a desperate and painful necessity. I know more than one family who has had to move so that their trans children would have access to comprehensive health care. I know families that are encouraging their teenage daughters to consider colleges and universities only in states where they will have access to abortion. Increasingly, here in the United States, laws have made some states particularly unsafe for women and LGBTQ+ people.

Whatever the circumstances, and whether you are someone who stayed or someone who left, I think everyone has a love-hate, push-pull relationship with home. I chose to stay put. I live about 20 minutes from my childhood home in a neighboring suburb, where my parents still live. Each Sunday we all gather there for family dinner—my parents and sisters, their spouses, and our children; 13 of us, ages 6 to 76. When I tell people about Sunday dinner, they have one of two reactions. One is “Oh, that’s so special! I wish I had that kind of closeness with my family.” The other is something along the lines of, “Oh, hell no.”

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I understand both reactions.

On one hand, it might feel stifling to remain in the place where you were raised. There’s so much to experience elsewhere—other places, people, cultures, and ways of life. A leap can be powerful and transformative, and sometimes what we need is a fresh start. Perhaps it’s easy to stagnate if you stay in one place too long, to end up in a rut, while moving makes reinvention easier.

On the other hand, there’s beauty and power in growing where you’re planted and building relationships over decades. I’ve written at length about this in my memoir —what it means to feel held in a place and by a community, particularly in difficult times. More than a house, a neighborhood, or a state, people are home. I can’t imagine weathering years of divorce and custody litigation, or raising two children on my own, far from my people.

My century home is haunted, not only by the ghosts of my former life, but by all of the families who lived here before me. Other hands have washed dishes—and babies—in this kitchen sink, turned the knob to open the front door and called out their beloveds’ names as they announced their return: “I’m home!” Other parents and children have slept and dreamed in these bedrooms; other arguments have happened here, and other repairs.

It’s a gift to be a steward of this history, these memories. This house has been ours for only about 10% of its lifetime. We’re just a chapter in its story. Searching public records, I can see who lived in the house before us, and I wonder about their lives here.

Last year, I received an email, subject line: house. The woman wrote that she was about 25% through my memoir when she had a strange feeling about the house I’d described. After a quick Google search, she realized she was right: It had been her house. She sold it to us.

As my house nears its 100th birthday, I’m reminded of how fortunate I am to be steeped in history—my own, and the other families who have lived here. But most of all, I’m fortunate to have had a choice to stay or, if I’d wanted a different life for my family, to go. I don’t take that for granted. I’m planning to throw the house a 1920s-themed birthday party: fairy lights in the backyard; Prohibition-era cocktails; a jazz playlist of “Sweet Georgia Brown,” “Yes Sir! That’s My Baby,” and other popular songs from that year.

At the party, I imagine there will be a backyard full of friends and neighbors—the people who make this neighborhood and dwelling home. There will be drinks and music and laughter. And before my children and I blow out the candles on the birthday cake, we’ll all sing together.

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I entered a recovery program in may 2024. I decided to leave the program against clinical advice in July because I didn’t feel it was the right fit for me. July 4th I decided to go to a different program and was told I had to immediately vacate the premises. I was told that even though my rent was paid for July because I was no longer in their program I had to pack all my things and leave that day. I had nowhere to go and was across the country from my home so I refused. I never signed a lease with them. On several occasions people from the program were sent to make me and my boyfriend leave. They threatened to turn off all utilities and remove any furniture from the house when I said I couldn’t leave because I didn’t have another program and was afraid of being on the streets. It was extremely stressful for me and finally I gave in and left so it didn’t continue to be stressful on other people in the sober living who were also living there.

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A home is a place where you are surrounded by your known ones and spend most of the time. I am lucky to have a house of my own. Some of them live in rentals flat and some unprivileged ones don’t have a house either. But A house becomes a home if there is a family which by god’s grace, I do have a lovely family.

Along with my parents, siblings, and grandparents, I reside in my old house. My grandfather had spent a lot of time building this home. It contains a Veranda, a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, and 3 other small rooms. The age of my home is at least 52 years.

I’m in awe of how lovely my home is. It is even more lovely because of the carved designs on it. It’s made up of mud and is still as strong as a house of bricks and cement. The veranda at my house has a tiny garden that belonged to my grandparents. Additionally, it has two trees, Guava and Mango trees respectively could be seen here. They provide us with shade and tasty fruits.

Since it was constructed many years ago, my home has very thick walls. It has retro switchboards, which give it a very distinct look. My home is located in a village area, deep inside where you won’t get easily a vehicle to travel. It’s more like a village. You will get some fresh air in the morning and evening. It’s the best part of my home Because of plants and trees we get fresh air and fruit. We follow the tradition of our ancestors to plant some fruits and grass in the house for ease and freshness. It’s worth doing it. My Whole family gets into this work on off days and enjoys each other company. We just love to stay at such a home which is chilled in hot weather and a bit hot in cold weather. It just keeps us suited to the weather.

Thus, my traditional home has inherited us some tradition and ethics of life, which is worthy of remembrance.

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Essay on My Home in 200 Words

We are a big family living together in a big house. I love to live with my family and that’s why I always enjoy living in my home. We live in a village near Ahmedabad. It’s a very beautiful village and only a 1 hour drive from the city . My grandfather built that two-storied building for the family.

We are a joint family still now. We have 13 family members in total. Still, now that’s a big building for us. There are 10 bedrooms and each bedroom has an attached toilet. The location of the house is near a small river. And when I come to my veranda on the west side, I can see a very beautiful natural view.

We have a good internet and electricity connection in our home. That’s why our life is not that much different from city life . Although, we don’t need to face all the traffic problems here. There are so many reasons why I love to live in my home.

This is the place where I find peace. Wherever I stay, I always feel homesick and I want to get back to my family. And I know everyone is like this because we have some extra affection for our home. 

My Home Essay in 300 Words


Home is where we are born, live, and spend the sweetest time of our life. We all love and enjoy living in our home. Today I am going to share lots of information about my home. I will tell you how much home looks and how we are living there. 

I live in a small village near Azamgarh, UP, India. My village is one of the most beautiful places here due to natural beauty. My father never intended to move from here because he loves to stay with the people of this village. 

We have a very big and old house here in the village. Because we are a joint family with my 4 uncles. My father is the oldest son of his dad and that’s why he controls everything. My uncles, aunties, and their kids are living here together with us. 

We are a big family. Our home was built almost 50 years ago. My grandfather built it by marble stone. This is one of the most beautiful homes in the village. It is two-storied and there are almost 25 rooms in the building. 

I love to live here a lot. There is a huge garden in front of the house. My father tries to paint the house every year, and that’s why it looks very beautiful. 

We have to spend a big amount of money on the maintenance of the home. I feel this house is the safest place for me and I feel a lot relieved when I am staying there. 


Everyone loves their home and they love to live there like me. It doesn’t matter how your home is, but everyone loves it. Because it’s the place where we were born, and it’s the place where our family lives. 

Essay on My Home in 400 


To me, my home is the best place to live in. The first reason behind it is my mother is here. We all have immense affection for our own home. We all have a home and we love to live there. Today I am going to share some important things about my home. 

My home is located in Bandra, Mumbai. My father built this home almost 20 years ago. This neighborhood was not that much crowded before and only a couple of buildings were here. But now it has been a really important place for the entire city. 

The value of land is pretty high here. We are very lucky that my dad made this building for us. It is a three-storied building. We live on the 2nd floor and the entire building is on rent. We make a good amount of money from this rent. 

We are living in a unit with two bedrooms. Each bedroom has an attached toilet. And there is an extra toilet too. There are very beautiful kitchen and a dining room. 

My mom keeps the entire home very neat and clean. Especially she keeps the living room very beautiful. The living room has some beautiful paintings and I love them a lot. 

My room is the most beautiful room in the entire building. My room is full of beautiful dolls, paintings, and different types of toys. My bed is very small but very beautiful. My dad bought that for me from Canada. 

I have a very beautiful veranda there and I can enjoy the beautiful outside view from there. My reading table and chair are also beautiful. I can use my computer there too. Overall it’s a very beautiful set up for me. 

Garden at Front of My Home:

There is a big and beautiful garden in front of our home. The garden is completely made by my dad. He has worked very hard for the garden. It has been so beautiful because of his hard work.

There are different types of flower plants in the garden. I love to work in the garden. It has added huge beauty in our home. I love the garden a lot. I am planning to add more plants there. 


That’s all about my home. I love my home very much and I love living there with my family. It’s a very important place for me because my family lives here. 

My Home Essay in 500 Words

My Home Essay in 500 Words

A home is a place where our heart is. We all love to be with our family and it’s only possible when we are living with our family. Today I am going to share all about my home. My home is very special to me.

My home is located in Banani, Dhaka. This is a very reputed area in the city. When my father came here to build this home, this place was not that much value and only a couple of buildings were here. 

But now it has been the most important place in the country. It is the perfect place for operating a business based on Dhaka. Our building is two-storied. We live on one floor and the other one is on rent. 

It was designed by a very good architect and the building structure is pretty good. We color it after a regular break and that’s how the entire building looks very beautiful. The people live here for rent, they are also very happy about our house. 

They always say that they love to stay here forever. We have got a good bonding with them. On our floor, we have two-bedrooms, three toilets, one kitchen, and a dining room. There is lots of space for the living room there. 

My parents decorated the room properly and made it a perfect living room. My room is one of the most beautiful parts of the entire building. I have got everything in the room. My veranda is on the west side and I can see a bit of a natural view from there. 

Sometimes I come out and sit there with a book in my hand. I have a big wardrobe to keep my clothes and a big bookshelf to keep my books. My computer table is also very beautiful. I love to work on that. 

We don’t have any cars, that’s why we don’t require any parking space. But we have enough parking space in front of our house. It will be required because we are planning to get a car soon. Overall, my home is amazing and very interesting to me. 

Why Do I Love to Be in My Home?

There are so many reasons why I love to stay in my home. First of all, I think I feel some extra comfort here. Everything is very easy and effortless here. I love to live with my family. 

And that’s another huge reason behind living in my home. When I go away from my home, I feel very homesick. I want to get back home as soon as possible.

Happiness doesn’t depend on the size of the house, but on the attitude of the family members. We are a very happy family living together happily with lots of love and fun. Our house may not have a lot of luxury but we feel very comfortable and safe here. 

Essay on My Home in 600 Words

Essay on My Home in 600 Words

‘Home is where the heart is’, it’s a famous quote about your own home or homeland. Almost everyone has their own home and they prefer to live in their home. In this essay, I am going to talk about my home.

I always think that my home is the best place for me to live in this world. We all feel special when we stay at home. When you go away for a few days or a week, you can realize how much you miss your home and get homesick. 

I have a very beautiful home. It was built by my father 10 years ago. It’s a two-storied building located in Delhi, India. My father shifted himself here with the entire family. He struggled a lot before building this house here. 

There are some beautiful things that I am going to share with all of you about my home. First of all, let’s talk about the rooms. We have a total of 10 rooms in the building. The terrace is very beautiful with lots of beautiful flower plants. 

My reading room and bedroom are on the 2nd floor. I love to live there. But our kitchen and dining room on the first floor. My parent’s bedroom is on the 2nd floor too. My elder brother and sister and my grandma live on the first floor. 

Our living room is also on the first floor. This is a very well decorated room with two beautiful sofa sets and a big screen Television. I love spending time in the living room. My sister made this room very special with her own interior knowledge. 

When any guest arrives at our house, we let them sit here. There are some mind-blowing paintings too on the wall. We have got a well decorated and complete kitchen. My mother and maid cook food there. My mom can cook delicious food. 

The dining room is pretty big and we all eat together there. My father never tolerated eating separately. My room is also very big and I try to keep it neat and clean always. My sister helps sometimes to keep my room organized. 

There are so many reasons that are why I love to be in my home. The first reason is my family. When I’m living in my home, I can stay with my family. And I love my family a lot. 

It is very easy to live with them. When I live outside of my home, I can feel how hard it is. Everything in my home is very familiar and known to me. I don’t need to go through any hardships while I’m here. Food is a huge issue for me. 

It’s hard for me to digest outside food. I love eating food that is cooked by my mom. My sister also cooks sometimes. She can cook well too.

Who Lives in My Home?

There are six members in my family. My two siblings, parents, and my grandmother . We’re a very small and sweet family. 

All members of my family are very caring and loving. They all love me a lot and that’s why my home has been more interesting for me. 

That’s all about my home. I love this place and that’s where I love to live. This is an amazing place for me. All the things that are related to my home are very fond of me. I can’t stop loving my home. Wherever I live I want to get back to my home. 

10 Lines Essay on My Home

Here is a beautiful and short 10 lines essay on my home. This short essay is very easy and important for the students. 

1. Home is where our heart is, and that’s a very true saying for us. We all love to be with our family in our home. 

2. My home is very beautiful, built by my grandfather. He is still alive with us. 

3. It’s a small but beautiful house. We are totally 5 members living in the home. 

4. There are a total three bedrooms in the house. My parents share one bedroom, and my brother shares one with me and another one is for grandpa. 

5. Every bedroom has an attached toilet. And there is an external toilet too. 

6. The kitchen is huge and it looks beautiful. 

7. My mom keeps the living room well decorated and there are some amazing paintings too. 

8. The other rooms are also very good in condition and my mom take care of the entire house. 

9. We are living a simple and happy life together. 

10. I love living in this home with my entire family and I find lots of peace on that. It has some extra comfort. 

How can I write about my house? 

If you want to write about your house, you can follow this beautiful ‘my home essays’. We have provided tons of simple and easy-to-learn examples for you. 

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Essay on My Home

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Home is more than just a physical space; it is a sanctuary where we find comfort, nurture relationships, and create memories that last a lifetime. It is a personal haven that reflects our identity, holds our dreams, and supports our journey through life. In this essay, I will explore the multifaceted significance of my home, detailing its role as a foundation for personal growth, a space for fostering relationships, and a reservoir of memories, all of which contribute to its profound impact on my life.

The Essence of My Home

Nestled in the heart of a bustling neighborhood, my home stands as a testament to the love and warmth shared by my family. It is a modest structure, characterized by its welcoming aura and the laughter that resonates within its walls. Every room tells a story, every corner holds a memory, making it a living tapestry of our collective experiences.

Architectural Harmony and Personal Space

The architecture of my home is a blend of functionality and personal expression. Its design prioritizes comfort and natural light, creating an atmosphere that is both uplifting and serene. The living room, with its large windows and cozy furnishings, serves as the heart of our home, a place where family and friends come together to share moments of joy and companionship. My personal space, my room, is a reflection of my identity, adorned with posters, books, and mementos that narrate the chapters of my life.

A Foundation for Personal Growth

My home has been instrumental in my personal development, offering a stable and supportive environment that nurtures growth and learning. It is here that I’ve experienced life’s highs and lows, learned valuable lessons, and cultivated the skills and qualities that define me.

Learning and Creativity

The peaceful ambiance of my home provides the perfect setting for learning and creativity. It is a space where curiosity is encouraged, and ideas flourish. Whether it’s experimenting with a new recipe in the kitchen or tackling a challenging project in my study, my home supports my endeavors, fostering a sense of accomplishment and self-improvement.

Solitude and Reflection

In the quiet moments, my home becomes a sanctuary for solitude and reflection. It offers a retreat from the external world, allowing me to introspect, meditate, and recharge. This solitude is essential for my mental well-being, providing clarity and peace of mind amidst the chaos of everyday life.

The Heart of Relationships

Beyond its physical attributes, my home is the foundation of my relationships. It is where bonds are strengthened, love is nurtured, and life’s milestones are celebrated.

Family Dynamics and Togetherness

My home is the epicenter of family life, a place where we navigate the complexities of relationships and grow together as a unit. The daily rituals of meals, conversations, and activities create a rhythm of togetherness, reinforcing our bond and sense of belonging.

Hospitality and Shared Experiences

The warmth of my home extends to friends and guests, making it a hub of hospitality and shared experiences. It has hosted countless gatherings, parties, and celebrations, each event adding a layer to the rich tapestry of our collective memory. These moments of connection and joy underscore the importance of my home as a space for social interaction and communal joy.

A Reservoir of Memories

Perhaps the most profound aspect of my home is its role as a reservoir of memories. Every room, every object, has a story to tell, capturing the essence of moments that define my life’s journey.

Milestones and Celebrations

From birthdays to graduations, my home has witnessed the milestones that mark my growth and achievements. These celebrations, big and small, are imbued with emotion and significance, creating a legacy of joy and accomplishment that resonates through the years.

Challenges and Resilience

My home has also been a sanctuary during times of challenge and sorrow. It has provided comfort and solace in moments of grief, and a sense of stability amidst change. The resilience fostered within its walls has taught me the value of perseverance and the strength of the human spirit.

In conclusion, My home is more than just a physical structure; it is a living entity, rich with emotion, history, and meaning. It is a sanctuary of memories, a foundation for growth, and a heart of relationships. The significance of my home extends beyond its tangible aspects, embodying the values, dreams, and experiences that define my existence. As I navigate the journey of life, my home remains my anchor, a constant source of love, support, and inspiration. In the story of my life, my home is both the setting and the essence, a space where I am truly myself, and where every moment is a treasure.


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Essay on My House for Students and Children

500+ words essay on my house.

Essay on My House:  The world consists of all types of people. Some are fortunate enough to have amenities while some aren’t. Especially in a country like India, where the majority of the population lives below the poverty line . To own a house here is no less than a luxury, one which I thankfully have. I am blessed to be protected by four walls and a roof.

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It is my parent’s hard work that has given us this blessing. Many people in today’s world are always complaining about the things they don’t have. The person who has a house wants a bungalow. The one who owns a bungalow wants a palace. The one living in a palace wants an island. This never-ending cycle goes on. However, if we look at the people below us rather than those who are above us, we will be happier.

An Underrated Blessing

Having a house is an underrated blessing. If you have not realized it yet, you can go and ask any person who doesn’t have a house. Only then will you realize what a great blessing it is to have a house. Houses do not necessarily have to be luxuriously filled with the latest amenities. A house is complete if you have a roof over your head.

Moreover, if you have your loved ones around, then there can be no greater blessing. You must realize the importance of your house before it gets too late. Even I never knew how precious my house was up until one incident that changed my outlook.

We had house help growing up. The maid who used to work for us always came early in the morning and would leave in the evening. Even when my mother asked her to leave early as she completed the work on time, she never did that. On the other hand, she used to do extra work. Later we found out that she never really had a house. It was just a hut which had one chair and one folding. And that she liked spending time most of the time at our house because she had access to all basic facilities like electricity and clean water.

This incident made me realize how I took my house for granted. It is truly an underrated blessing which is overlooked by others. We must value our homes before it gets too late.

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I live in my ancestral home with my grandparents, parents, and siblings. My grandfather built this house with his hard work. It has four rooms, one kitchen, two bathrooms, and a patio. My house is at least fifty years old.

I admire the beauty of my house. The vintage vibes make it even more beautiful. My grandparents have a small garden in the patio which adds greenery to my house. Moreover, it also has two trees. One is a pomegranate tree and the other is a Henna tree. They provide us with shade and sweet fruits.

My house has very high ceilings as it was made many years back. It has vintage switchboards which give it a very unique look. My house is situated in the middle of four roads. It is not joined to any other house. My house has four entrances from each side.

Whenever my friends come over to my house, they click a lot of pictures. Even my relatives love the interior of the house which is a mix of modern and vintage architecture. My house is colored in brown and beige color and it stands out in our locality.

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I live in a very beautiful house. My home is a place where I feel safe and secure, and I want to spend as much time as possible there.

There are three bedrooms, one dining room, a kitchen, and toilets in my home. In front of the home, there is a huge compound where we have planted flower plants. We sowed seeds for vegetables in the backyard. My house is very airy and well lighted.

My home is made of bricks, wood, tiles, and marble. The floor is fully made of marbles. Each of the bedrooms is large, airy, and well-lit. Toilets are big and attached to a shower. Our dining hall is beautifully decorated. The kitchen is open, and we can enjoy the scenery of the backyard from there.

My home is really pleasing and beautiful, but my family members bring still more charm and elegance to it. I love my house very much.

200 Words on My House Essay

A home is a place where a person feels protected from the tension of everyday life. I live in a very beautiful house. It is located in a new and large city colony.

There is a bus stop nearby, as well as schools and colleges, and stores. My house is a place where I feel comfortable and confident and where I want to spend as much time as possible.

There are three bedrooms, one dining room, a kitchen, and toilets in my home. There are three bedrooms, one dining room, a kitchen, and a toilet in my house.

In front of the home, there is a huge compound where we have planted flower plants. We sowed seeds for vegetables in the backyard. My house is very airy and well lighted.

My home is made of bricks, wood, tiles, and marble. The floor is fully made of marbles. Each of the bedrooms is large, airy, and well-lit. Toilets are big and attached with a shower. Our dining hall is beautifully decorated. The kitchen is open, and we can enjoy the scenery of the backyard from there.

250 Words on My House Essay

My home is made of bricks, wood, tiles, and marble. The floor is fully made of marbles. Both of the bedrooms are large, airy, and well-lit. Toilets are big and attached to a shower. Our dining hall is beautifully decorated.

The kitchen is open, and we can enjoy the scenery of the backyard from there. All the windows are made of brown wood. They are wide and open on sunny days. The dining hall window attracts me a lot because it faces a street lined with huge old oak trees.

We have very good neighbors. They are very kind, loving, and helpful. My home is really pleasing and beautiful, but my family members bring still more charm and elegance to it. I love my house very much.

300 Words on My House Essay

A home is a place where a person feels protected from the tension of everyday life. I live in a very beautiful house. It is located in a new and large city colony. There is a bus stop nearby, as well as schools and colleges, and stores.

My house is a place where I feel comfortable and confident and where I want to spend as much time as possible.

My home is made of bricks, wood, tiles, and marble. The floor is fully made of marbles. Both of the bedrooms are large, airy, and well-lit. Toilets are big and attached to a shower. Our dining hall is beautifully decorated. We can enjoy the lovely backyard view from the kitchen, which is open.

All the windows are made of brown wood. They are wide and open on sunny days. The dining hall window attracts me a lot because it faces a street lined with huge old oak trees.

My mother is a huge fan of house plants, so we have a lot of them in our rooms.. There is also a small garage. I adore every single detail of my home. It is very special to me.

We have very good neighbors. They are very kind, loving, and helpful. My house is very peaceful and comfortable. It’s all because my parents both create a special atmosphere in the house, and I need to learn from them that how to transform a regular house into an exceptional home.

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Many people tend to understand that providing a comfortable place of refuge is a privilege for thousands of people in poverty.

Homes are areas that have a space for resting, dining, and maintaining personal hygiene peacefully. Consequently, these simple requirements for protection become impossible for those who are homeless or expected to live in cramped shelters for individuals like them.

An Underrated Blessing

Getting a house is an understatement of joy. If you haven’t noticed that yet, you should go and ask someone who doesn’t have a home.

I live at my ancestral home of my grandmother, my parents, or my siblings. I thank them for their hard work , including my grandparents, who designed this home. It has four beds, a kitchen, two bathrooms and a patio. My building is nearly fifty years old.

I just like the balcony in my house – it’s next to the kitchen, and overflowing with several species of plants, most of which also have lovely flowers. The balcony is a great place to stand and watch the sun dip far below the sea within the tall buildings.

Houses for everyone

Most residents travel in small houses, houseboats, tents, and campers. Mobility is beneficial for those who do not want to live in a particular location and want a cheaper way to move and work.

However, through considerable media attention and efforts to support the homeless, such people and families continue to rise in percentages.

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But none of these aspects dictates what makes the house the home–a house is one in which the entity is at ease, in which they can spend their time with the ones they truly live for.

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Essay No. 01

I live in a small house. It has two-bedrooms, one dining-cum-drawing room, one kitchen, and one pantry beside a bathroom and toilet.

My home is situated on Lawrence Road. It lies in the J.K colony. Previously, it was an ordinary locality, but now it has turned into a posh area.

My parents share one bed-room and I have the other bed-room. We have no separate study room. Thus, I have to study in my room or in the drawing-room. But, I think, my room is quite all right for my requirements, though it also contains a wardrobe in a part of it where the clothes .of all the three members of the family are put.

My house is made of brick, though marble houses are now quite common in this locality. It is an old one and needs frequent repairs. My father says that he will one day pull it down and build a new one in its place.

I, however, love my house and don’t want that it should ever be pulled down. I have, indeed, grown obsessed with it, so to say.

 Although my house is made of brick it is well-plastered and has beautiful smooth floors and walls. The walls are whitewashed and the doors and windows are well-polished.

The house has a courtyard on either side. Behind our back court-yard, there is another house. On both sides also we have houses of neighbors. Thus, our house opens on one side only. On this side, we have a high boundary wall which keeps us almost shut off from whatever may be happening in the street outside.

Since we have no car and have a scooter only, we have no parking problem. We park the scooter in the outer verandah and thus it remains protected against sun and shower.

We are very happy with this house. Thus, I can say that happiness depends upon the attitude of a family and not on the size of the house or other possessions that they have.

Essay No. 02

The saying ‘East or West, home is the best’ is true in many ways. Home offers affection and security. My home to me is the best place in the world, where I live with my mother, father, a brother and a sister.

I belong to a middle-class family. My home is a cozy little flat on the 1st floor in Dwarka. Our drawing-cum-dining room is tastefully decorated. It has a TV set, a sofa, a refrigerator, and a dining table. The decoration pieces remind me of our visits to different pieces. There are two bedrooms.

One is used by my parents and the other is shared by the three of us. Not only the room but the study-table is also shared by us.

Ours is a small and happy family, where every member has consideration for the needs and comforts of each other. We all share household work, too. Our mornings are usually busy as all are in a great hurry to complete their work. But either it’s breakfast, lunch, or dinner time, we all have it together. At that moment we share all that we had enjoyed or suffered during the day.

We always keep our home clean and tidy. Everything is kept in its proper place. I like my home, very much.

Essay No. 03

Home is the word that gives solace to each and every soul in this universe. It carries love and life for the people living away from their homes. It’s rightly said ‘east or west, home is the best’. Like every fortunate child, I have my loving parents and one brother. My mother is affection personified. My father is a caring as well as a disciplined man. I have tremendous regard for both of them. If ever my mother gets angry with me, I feel restless till I make my mother happy again. My father is a quiet person but at times when he has spare time, he plays with us and tells us many interesting stories. He has laid a very strong moral foundation of our character. And my brother is the cutest creature I’ve ever seen. He is so small but he is quite capable of expressing his concern for me. His giggles make me laugh even when I am in a serious mood. When I think of my home, I am filled with gratitude to God. May God bless them all.

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Essay on My Home 500+ Words

My home is more than just a place with walls and a roof. It’s where I feel safe, loved, and happy. In this essay, I’ll explain why my home is so special to me, sharing examples and reasons that make it a unique and wonderful place.

Comfort and Security

Home is where I feel the most comfortable and secure. It’s a place where I can relax, be myself, and let go of any worries. According to studies, having a comfortable and safe home environment is essential for our overall well-being. For instance, people who feel safe at home tend to have lower stress levels.

Family and Love

My home is filled with love and laughter, thanks to my family. It’s where we share meals, celebrate birthdays, and support each other. Experts say that a loving family environment in the home is crucial for a child’s emotional development and happiness. My home is the heart of our family.

Memories and Stories

Every corner of my home is filled with memories and stories. From the family photos on the wall to the cozy reading nook where I discover new adventures in books, these memories shape who I am. Studies show that homes filled with positive memories can create a sense of belonging and identity.

Creativity and Expression

My home is where I can explore my creative side. I have a special corner for my art supplies, where I create paintings, drawings, and crafts. It’s important to have a space where I can express myself, as it encourages creativity and personal growth. Experts emphasize the importance of fostering creativity in children.

Learning and Growth

My home is also a place of learning. It’s where I do my homework, read educational books, and discover new things. Research shows that a stimulating home environment can have a significant impact on a child’s academic success. Having a quiet, well-organized study space at home can improve concentration and learning.

Safety and Shelter

I’m grateful for the safety and shelter my home provides. It shields me from harsh weather, offers a warm bed, and keeps me safe from harm. Unfortunately, not everyone has a safe place to call home. Statistics reveal that millions of people around the world are homeless, highlighting the importance of having a home.

Responsibility and Care

Having a home also teaches me responsibility and the importance of taking care of my space. I help with chores, keep my room tidy, and water the plants in our garden. Experts say that teaching responsibility at home prepares children for life’s challenges and helps them develop valuable life skills.

Conclusion of Essay on My Home

In conclusion, my home is not just a building; it’s a place filled with love, comfort, and cherished memories. It’s where I feel secure, loved, and free to be myself. My home is a place of learning, creativity, and responsibility. It’s where I’ve grown, laughed, and shared countless moments with my family.

As a fifth-grader, I’ve learned that a home is not just a place; it’s the heart of our lives. It’s where I find solace and warmth, and it’s the backdrop for all my adventures. I know that not everyone is as fortunate as I am to have a loving home, so I cherish it even more. My home is a treasure, and I’ll always be grateful for the comfort and happiness it brings to my life.

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You may be required to write a home essay in school or in a variety of higher education programs, particularly those in social sciences.

You may be required to describe your hometown and how it affected your childhood and adolescence. Alternately, the essay may cover your dream house and what you would like to see in it.

Such essays generally appreciate originality and cleverness, and you should make them interesting and engaging. However, you should not go overboard with additions and expressions, as some of them may be excessive or unnecessary.

This article will help you understand what you should and should not do when writing a home essay of either variety. When discussing the topic of your hometown, you should consider a variety of aspects, as this sort of essay is not solely about yourself.

Your family biography would be a good choice among various home essay topics to provide background to your childhood and describe your upbringing.

Prominent memories would also be helpful, as your perception of your childhood tends to be the primary focus of this variety of essay. As such, you should not discuss factors that you learned about later on unless they are directly relevant to the story.

You should also try to avoid letting such knowledge twist what you remember of the circumstances. You may note that you later learned that the reality was different from what you remember as a child, but you should always mention the latter.

When discussing your ideas of a perfect house, you will want to cover a variety of aspects. The physical parameters, such as location, size, design, color scheme, and many other options you have to consider when furnishing your home are important topics.

However, the essay will want you to provide a more complete picture, including your idea of your future family and other inhabitants.

Examples of what you can use include what pets you would like to have, possibly with details such as breed and gender, and other home essay titles.

However, you should generally not reveal too many private details and be non-specific about your family. The essay is primarily about yourself, and the family should be described in basic details such as the number of children.

Here are some additional tips for your writing process:

  • When you are writing an essay about your home in school, you will usually want to concentrate on its current state. Discuss your family and possibly contemplate how your neighborhood changed throughout your upbringing.
  • Try to avoid overly concentrating on any one aspect of your dream house at the expense of others. The purpose of the essay is to create a comprehensive picture of your ideal. As such, you want to talk about many different things that will come to your head.
  • The essay is personal and not scholarly, and so you do not have to write in a formal academic style. You are free to separate it by topics and use section titles if you wish, provided the paper is long enough. However, you should still avoid colloquialisms and other non-literary language.
  • Many people will have similar ideas of their ideal living conditions, ones close to the overall societal norm. It is not necessary for everyone to introduce outlandish ideas just to be different from the rest, as the small differences are more important.

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Essay on My House in English: Check 300, 500 & 800 Words Essay

Home is where the heart is, and within the sanctuary of our homes lies a special place that holds memories, shelter, and comfort – my house. From the architectural style to the interior design, every aspect of the house speaks volumes about who we are and what we value. But beyond its physical attributes, the house holds a deeper significance in our lives. It’s where we create cherished memories, celebrate milestones, and forge bonds with loved ones. A house is more than just a place to live; it’s a symbol of stability, love, and the countless moments that make life worth living.

In this article, we’ll explore writing an essay on my house, exploring its significance, structure, and the role it plays in shaping our lives.

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10 lines on my house, 500 word essay on my house, 800 word essay on my house.

Here are some terms that can help you write an essay on my house:

  • House: A building or structure where people live, providing shelter and accommodation.
  • Home: Not just a physical structure, but also a place of belonging, comfort, and emotional attachment.
  • Architecture: The art and science of designing and constructing buildings.
  • Interior Design: The arrangement and decoration of the interior spaces of a house to create a functional and aesthetically pleasing environment.
  • Floor Plan: A diagram showing the layout of rooms and spaces within a house, including dimensions and furniture placement.

Here are 10 lines that can help you write an essay on My House:

1. My house is a cozy place where I feel safe and happy.

2. It has a welcoming door and colorful flowers in the garden.

3. Inside, there’s a living room where my family plays games and watches TV together.

4. The kitchen smells delicious with Mom’s cooking, and I love helping her sometimes.

5. Upstairs, my bedroom is my favorite spot, filled with my toys and books.

6. From my window, I can see the trees and birds chirping in the morning.

7. Outside, there’s a swing where I love to play with my friends.

8. Sometimes, we have a barbecue in the backyard, and it’s so much fun!

9. My house is where I make lots of happy memories with my family.

10. I’m grateful for my house because it’s where I feel loved and cozy every day.

My small house may be tiny in size, but it is bursting with charm and coziness that make it a special place for me. Situated in a quiet corner of the neighborhood, my cute little house stands out with its colorful exterior and welcoming front porch that beckons visitors with its friendly vibe.

As I step through the front door, I am greeted by a snug living room that feels like a warm hug. The space may be small, but it is filled with love and laughter, making it the heart of our home. A comfy sofa sits against the wall, inviting me to sink into its soft cushions and relax after a long day at school. The kitchen, though compact, is a bustling hub of activity where delicious meals are cooked with care and shared with family. Every inch of space is cleverly utilized, from the neatly organized cabinets to the cozy dining nook where we gather for meals and conversations. The aroma of freshly baked cookies or simmering soup fills the air, creating a sense of comfort and warmth. Upstairs, my bedroom is a cozy retreat that reflects my personality and interests. The limited space has been transformed into a magical haven where I can dream, play, and unwind. A colorful bedspread adorns my bed, while shelves filled with books and toys add a touch of whimsy to the room.

One of the most delightful features of my small house is its backyard, a tiny oasis of greenery and tranquility where nature’s wonders unfold. A small garden patch blooms with vibrant flowers and fragrant herbs, attracting butterflies and bees that flit about in the sunshine. A swing set beneath a shady tree offers hours of fun and laughter as I soar through the air with glee. Despite its size, my small house is filled with big memories and moments that make it truly special. From family movie nights in the living room to impromptu picnics in the backyard, every corner of my house is alive with joy, love, and togetherness.

In conclusion, my small house may be petite in size, but it is grand in charm, coziness, and character that make it a cherished haven for me. Its compact layout encourages creativity and imagination in design, while its warm ambiance fosters a sense of comfort and belonging. My cute little house may be small on the outside, but it is mighty in love, laughter, and happiness – qualities that truly make it feel like home.

My house in Delhi is not a grand mansion, but a cozy middle-class home that holds a special place in my heart. Situated in a bustling neighborhood, it stands tall with four floors that offer ample space for my family and me to live, play, and create memories together. Despite its modest size, our house is filled with love, laughter, and warmth that make it a cherished haven for us.

As I walk through the front door of our house, I am greeted by a cozy living room on the ground floor that serves as the heart of our home. The walls are adorned with family photos and colorful artwork, creating a cheerful and inviting atmosphere. A comfortable sofa and a small coffee table sit in the center of the room, inviting us to relax and unwind after a long day at school or work.

The kitchen, located on the first floor, is a bustling hub of activity where delicious meals are prepared with love and care. The aroma of spices and cooking fills the air as we gather around the dining table to share stories and laughter. Despite its compact size, the kitchen is well-equipped with all the essentials needed to whip up our favorite dishes and treats.

Each floor of our house has its own unique charm and purpose. The second floor houses our bedrooms – cozy retreats where we rest and recharge after a busy day. My room is filled with my favorite toys, books, and posters that reflect my interests and personality. From my bed by the window, I can watch the world go by and daydream about adventures yet to come.

The third floor is a versatile space that serves as a family room where we come together to watch movies, play games, or simply spend quality time with each other. The walls are lined with shelves filled with board games, books, and family photos that tell the story of our lives. It is a space where memories are made and bonds are strengthened through shared experiences and laughter.

The fourth floor leads to our rooftop terrace – a hidden gem that offers panoramic views of the city skyline. From here, we can watch the sunset paint the sky in hues of orange and pink, listen to the sounds of the city below, or simply bask in the warmth of the sun on lazy afternoons. It is a peaceful retreat where we can escape the hustle and bustle of daily life and enjoy moments of tranquility together.

In conclusion, my house in Delhi may not be extravagant or luxurious, but it is filled with love, laughter, and cherished moments that make it truly special. Its four floors offer ample space for us to live, play, and grow together as a family. From cozy bedrooms to bustling kitchens, from family rooms to rooftop terraces, every corner of our house holds memories and experiences that shape who we are and bring us closer together. Our middle-class home may not be grand in size or stature, but it is rich in love, warmth, and happiness – qualities that truly make it feel like home for me and my family.

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Writing essays about home depicts familial encounters that influence our identity. Discover our guide with examples and prompts to assist you with your next essay.

The literal meaning of home is a place where you live. It’s also called a domicile where people permanently reside, but today, people have different definitions for it. A home is where we most feel comfortable. It’s a haven, a refuge that provides security and protects us without judgment. 

Parents or guardians do their best to make a home for their children. They strive to offer their kids a stable environment so they can grow into wonderful adults. Dissecting what a home needs to ensure a family member feels safe is a vital part of writing essays about home.


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“Nowadays, as I moved out, the place feels alien since I spend the whole time in the house during my visits to my parents. They treat me like a guest in their home – in a good sense; they try to be attentive to me and induce dialogue since I stay there for a short time, and they want to extract the maximum of their need for interaction with me.”

In this essay, a visit to the author’s parents’ house made them realize the many things they missed. They also can’t help but compare it to their current home. The writer states family conflict as the reason for their moving out and realizes how fast they adapted to their new environment. 

Returning to their childhood home brings out mixed emotions as they ponder over the lasting influence of their past on their present personality. The author recognizes the importance of the experiences they carry wherever they go. In the end, the writer says that a home is anywhere they can belong to themselves and interact with those they hold dear. You might be interested in these essays about city life .

“The noteworthy places where I lived are the places I have made my home: where I can walk around with a birds’ nest on my head and a pair of old sweatpants in the middle of summer, where I can strip myself bear of superficial emotions…”

The essay starts with vivid descriptions of the author’s home, letting the reader feel like they are in the same place as the narrator. The author also considers their grandmother’s and friend’s houses his home and shares why they feel this way. 

“My home is important to me because for better or worse, it helps me belong. It makes me understand my place in time and connect with the world and the universe at large. Thus, I am grateful to have a place I can call home.”

In this essay, the author is straightforward in sharing the features of their home life, including where their house is located, who lives in it, and other specific details that make it a home. It’s an ancestral home with vintage furniture that stands strong despite age. 

The writer boasts of their unrestricted use of the rooms and how they love every part of it. However, their best memories are linked to the house’s terrace, where their family frequently spends time together.

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“Home is a word that means a lot in the life of every person. For some, this is a place to come after hard work to relax and feel comfortable. For others, this is a kind of intermediate point from which they can set off towards adventure.”

A home is where a person spends most of their life, but in this essay, the writer explains that the definition varies per an individual’s outlook. Thus, the piece incorporates various definitions and concepts from other writers. One of them is Veronica Greenwood , who associates homes with a steaming bowl of ramen because both provide warmth, comfort, and tranquility. The author concludes by recognizing individuals’ ever-changing feelings and emotions and how these changes affect their perception of the concept of a home.

“It is where the soul is…  what makes my house a home is walking through the front door on a Friday evening after praying Zuhr prayer in the masjid and coming back to the aroma of freshly cooked delicious biryani in the kitchen because my mom knows it’s my favorite meal.”

This essay reflects on the factors that shape a house to become a home. These factors include providing security, happiness, and comfort. The author explains that routine household activities such as cooking at home, watching children, and playing games significantly contribute to how a home is created. In the end, the writer says that a house becomes a home when you produce special memories with the people you love.

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Essays About Home: True meaning of home

The definition of a home varies depending on one’s perspective. Use this prompt to discuss what the word “home” means to you. Perhaps home is filled with memories, sentimental items, or cozy decor, or maybe home is simply where your family is. Write a personal essay with your experiences and add the fond memories you have with your family home.

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Home and house are two different terms with deeper meanings. However, they are used interchangeably in verbal and written communication. A house is defined as a structure existing in the physical sense. Meanwhile, a home is where people feel like they belong and are free to be themselves.

In your essay, compare and contrast these words and discuss if they have the same meaning or not. Add some fun to your writing by interviewing people to gather opinions on the difference between these two words.

The emotions that we associate with our home can be influenced by our upbringing. In this essay, discuss how your childhood shaped how you view your home and include the reasons why. Split this essay into sections, each new section describing a different memory in your house. Make sure to include personal experiences and examples to support your feelings.

For example, if you grew up in a home that you associate positive memories with, you will have a happy and peaceful association with your home. However, if your upbringing had many challenging and stressful times, you may have negative emotions tied to the home.

The people inside our home play a significant role in how a house becomes a home. Parents, siblings, and pets are only some of those that influence a home. In this prompt, write about the items in your home, the people, and the activities that have made your house a home.

Describe your home in detail to make the readers understand your home life. Talk about the physical characteristics of your house, what the people you live with make you feel, and what you look forward to every time you visit your home. You can also compare it to your current home. For example, you can focus your essay on the differences between your childhood home and the place you moved in to start your independent life.

Home is the one place we always go back to; even if we visit other places, our home is waiting for our return. In this prompt, provide relevant statistics about how much time a person spends at home and ensure to consider relevant factors such as their profession and age group. Using these statistics, explain the importance of a home to the general population, including the indications of homelessness.

Essays About Home: A home for a kid

There are 135,000 children adopted in the US each year. These children become orphans for various reasons and are adopted by their guardians to support and guide them through life. For this prompt, find statistics showing the number of unaccompanied and homeless children.

Then, write down the government programs and organizations that aim to help these kids. In the later part of your essay, you can discuss tips on how a foster family can make their foster kids feel at home. For help picking your next essay topic, check out our 20 engaging essay topics about family .


Essay on My Home

Kunika Khuble


In the vibrant streets of Mumbai, amid the symphony of honking horns and bustling crowds, rests an oasis of serenity: my home. As I step through the threshold, the familiar aroma of spices mingling with the scent of incense greets me, and the soft glow of diyas casts a warm light upon the walls. Here, amidst the chaos of city life , my home stands as a sanctuary where tradition intertwines with modernity and where the heartbeat of India echoes through every corner. Join me on a journey to explore the essence of my home, where culture thrives, and memories weave into the very fabric of its existence.

Essay on My Home

Physical Description of My Home

  • Exterior Facade: Our home boasts a charming facade adorned with intricate carvings and vibrant hues that catch the eye. The front entrance is embellished with traditional motifs, welcoming guests with a touch of timeless elegance.
  • Spacious Living Area: Upon stepping inside, a spacious living area adorned with plush furnishings and vibrant tapestries greets visitors. Expansive windows welcome natural light, filling the area with an airy ambiance that exudes warmth and invitation. Every bedroom radiates its distinct charm, adorned with plush linens, intricate headboards, and personal embellishments that mirror the preferences and personalities of those who inhabit them.
  • Cozy Corners: Cozy corners beckon with comfortable seating arrangements and soft textiles throughout the home. Whether it’s a window seat bathed in sunlight or a snug reading nook tucked away in a corner, these intimate spaces offer moments of reprieve and relaxation.
  • Functional Kitchen: The heart of our home, the kitchen, is a hub of activity where aromas of spices and sizzling dishes fill the air. With ample counter space, modern appliances, and traditional cookware, it’s a place where culinary creativity thrives, and family recipes pass down through generations.
  • 2 Serene Bedrooms: Every bedroom radiates its distinct charm, adorned with plush linens, intricate headboards, and personal embellishments that mirror the preferences and personalities of those who inhabit them. From the master suite adorned with rich fabrics to the cozy room filled with toys and laughter, we’ve designed every space for comfort and tranquility.
  • Sacred Pooja Room: We have a sacred pooja room, a sanctified space where we seek prayers and spiritual solace. Adorned with images of deities, flickering lamps, and fragrant incense, it’s a place of reverence and devotion that serves as the spiritual nucleus of our home.

The People Who Make It Awesome

My place isn’t just a roof over my head; it’s a whole vibe thanks to the awesome people I share it with. Here’s the lowdown on my crew:

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  • My Rock: My Father is the superhero of the house. He always catches me when I fall and keeps things running smoothly. Plus, he knows how to make a killer cup of [coffee/tea] – major bonus points!
  • My Laughter Partner: My Elder Brother is the resident comedian. His goofy jokes and contagious laugh can turn any frown upside down. We have a blast hanging out, even when doing chores or watching reruns.
  • The Master Chef: Forget takeout! The best meals come from right here in our kitchen. My Mother’s cooking skills are legendary, and every dinner feels like a celebration. Plus, the smell of Her cooking is a hug in food form.
  • My Furry Friend: My pet dog Tuffy might not understand my words, but his love speaks volumes. Cuddles on the couch after a long day? Check. Playful zoomies around the house? You bet. He is my stress reliever.
  • Keepers of Tradition: My grandparents, the keepers of tradition and wisdom, also grace my home. Their stories of days gone by and cherished family rituals impart a sense of history and heritage that grounds us in our roots. Whether through my grandmother’s skillfully crafted recipes or my grandfather’s stories of yesteryears, their influence infuses depth and richness into the fabric of our home.
  • The Bonus Bunch: Our house isn’t just for us! Close friends and relatives are all welcome. We have game nights, movie marathons, and general hangouts. These make our place feel like a true hangout spot, filled with good vibes and even better people.

Emotional Significance

As I reflect on the significance of my home, the depth of emotion that fills every corner strikes me. More than merely a physical edifice, it is a sanctuary for the soul, a haven from life’s tempests, and a treasury of beloved memories. Let me share with you the emotional tapestry that makes my home truly special:

  • Security and Comfort: From the moment I step through the door, a sense of security washes over me like a warm embrace. It’s a feeling of belonging, of being wrapped in the familiar embrace of my loved ones and surrounded by the comforts of home. No matter what challenges I face outside its walls, I know I am safe and protected within these sacred confines.
  • Nostalgia and Reminiscence: Memories of days gone by imbue every corner of my home. Whether it’s the scent of my mother’s cooking wafting from the kitchen or the childhood laughter echoing in the hallways, each room holds a piece of my past, a treasure trove of nostalgia that brings a smile to my face and a warmth to my heart.
  • Identity and Belonging: My home is not just a place where I reside; it reflects who I am and where I come from. Its walls witness the milestones of my life, from graduations and weddings to quiet moments of introspection and self-discovery. Here, amidst the artifacts of my heritage and the echoes of my ancestors, I find a sense of belonging that anchors me to my roots and fills me with pride.
  • Love and Connection: At the heart of my home lies the love that binds us together as a family. It’s in the shared meals around the dining table, the late-night conversations by the fireside, and the comforting embrace of a loved one after a long day. In these moments of connection, I remind myself that home is not just a place; it’s a feeling of being loved, accepted, and valued for who I am.
  • Hope and Renewal: My home is a beacon of hope in an uncertain world. It’s a place where dreams take root and aspirations flourish, where we meet challenges with resilience and overcome setbacks with determination. Here, amidst the familiar comforts of home, I find the strength to face whatever the future may hold, knowing that the love of my family and the unwavering spirit of home support me.

Memories: The Walls Practically Talk

This house isn’t just a place I crash into anymore; it’s like a living scrapbook of my past 22 years. Every corner’s got a story, every creak of the floorboards is like a familiar tune. Here’s a sneak peek into the wild ride that’s been living here:

  • Childhood Wonder: From those first wobbly steps as a tiny human to the countless adventures I embarked on with my siblings within the safety of our home, the thrill of building forts out of cushions in the living room, and the excitement of hosting tea parties for my stuffed animal friends.
  • The Kitchen Chronicles: Those “creative” baking disasters fueled by too much sugar and zero measuring cups? Yeah, the kitchen walls still wear the paint splatters as badges of honor (and maybe a mild reminder to use measuring spoons next time).
  • The Living Room Rug: This rug has seen it all, from epic movie marathons with popcorn avalanches to awkward family gatherings where everyone pretends they’re not secretly judging each other’s life choices. Faded patterns? It’s more like a map of countless shared moments, both chaotic and cozy.
  • The Window to My Curious Soul: The windowsill in my old room is a monument to childhood wonder. Scratches tell the story of countless nights spent gazing at the stars, daydreaming about adventures, and probably wondering where all my missing socks went.
  • The treasure box: A dusty box holds the remnants of childhood glory: a half-finished model rocket (maybe someday!), a collection of mismatched socks (seriously, where do they go?), and a well-loved teddy bear who’s seen it all.
  • The Ever-Evolving Gallery: Remember those awkward “artistic” phases? Yeah, my bedroom walls have seen some questionable masterpieces. From stick figure families to landscapes that resemble abstract explosions, these constantly changing decorations tell the story of my ever-shifting dreams and aspirations.
  • Launchpad for Life: This house is more than just bricks and mortar; it’s been the launching pad for everything I’ve ever known. It holds the echoes of first crushes, whispered secrets with best friends, and the nervous excitement of preparing to take on the world.

The Symphony of Everyday Life

In the heart of our home, each day unfolds like a carefully choreographed dance, with routines and rituals that shape the rhythm of our lives. Here’s a glimpse into the rhythm of our days:

  • The Waking Melody: The day often begins before dawn with the soft murmur of prayer and the clinking of puja bells. The delicate scent of incense permeates the air, a calming prelude to the day’s activities.
  • Sunrise Symphony: As the first rays of sunlight peek through the curtains, the sounds of brewing chai bring the house to life. This warm, spiced beverage is a shared ritual, a time for quiet reflection or lively conversation, depending on the mood.
  • The Bustle Begins: The morning unfolds like a crescendo.
  • The cook’s rhythmic clatter of utensils fills the kitchen as they prepare breakfast, creating a symphony of sizzling spices and the comforting hiss of steaming idlis or parathas. Meanwhile, the pitter-patter of cleaning and the rhythmic whoosh of the washing machine add to the daily chorus.
  • The Lunchtime Lull: After the morning’s flurry, a midday lull descends. Depending on work schedules, lunch might be a quiet affair or a family gathering around the table, sharing stories and laughter over a comforting meal of dal and rice.
  • The Evening Raga: The house comes alive again as the sun dips below the horizon. The melody might be the gentle strum of a sitar accompanying devotional songs or the lively chatter of family catching up after their days. The aroma of dinner fills the air, a warm and inviting conclusion to the day.
  • Nighttime Reflections: The day reaches its final note as we dim the lights. As bedtime approaches, our home settles into a hushed tranquility, signaling the end of another day well-lived. We gather in our respective bedrooms, exchanging words of affection and bidding each other goodnight, secure in the knowledge that love and warmth surround us within the walls of our home.

Conflicts and Resolutions

A symphony of daily routines and traditions isn’t without its occasional discordant notes. Conflicts, big or small, are a natural part of family life . Here’s a glimpse into the delicate dance of disagreements and how we find resolutions:

The Spice of Disagreement

  • Generational Gap: The generation gap can sometimes lead to clashes. My parents, raised with a focus on practicality, might not always understand my artistic pursuits, while I might find their emphasis on tradition a little stifling.
  • Sibling Rivalry: Even the strongest sibling bonds have their moments of friction. Whether bickering over chores or vying for parental attention, these disagreements are a normal part of growing up together.
  • Sharing is Caring (Sometimes Grudgingly): Living in a multi-generational household, sharing space and resources can be challenging. Negotiating who gets to use the family car or navigating the battle to control the TV remote can lead to momentary skirmishes.

Finding Harmony Through Raga

  • Open Communication: Talking things out is key. While heated arguments might erupt occasionally, we highly value open communication in our home. We strive to express our feelings honestly and listen to each other’s perspectives, even if they differ.
  • Respect for Elders: Respect for elders is paramount in Indian culture. Even in disagreements, we maintain a respectful tone. Sometimes, simply listening to my parents’ experiences and understanding their point of view helps bridge the gap.
  • Compromise is the Melody: Finding common ground is essential. We don’t always see eye-to-eye, but we understand the importance of compromise. The objective is to find a solution that accommodates everyone’s needs, whether taking turns with the car or selecting a movie that appeals to all age groups.
  • The Power of Humor: Laughter is a powerful tool for diffusing tension. A well-timed joke or a shared funny memory can lighten the mood and help us see the situation from a different perspective.

My home is a symphony of life, constantly evolving with each passing day. The melody may shift, with moments of discord followed by harmonious resolutions. But through it all, the love that binds us remains the strongest note. As I look ahead, I’m curious to see what new stories these walls will hold and what memories they will collect. One thing is certain: my home will continue to be the sanctuary that shapes who I am, a place where the music of life plays on.


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Introduction, the physical aspect of home, the emotional aspect of home, the social aspect of home, home as a sanctuary, home as a reflection of self, home as a source of memories.

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My hometown is a special place filled with memories and joy. It’s a small, peaceful town with friendly people and beautiful landscapes.

Nature’s Beauty

The beauty of my hometown is breathtaking. It’s surrounded by lush green fields and a sparkling river flows through it, creating a serene atmosphere.

People and Culture

The people in my town are kind and welcoming. They celebrate various festivals with enthusiasm, showcasing our rich culture and traditions.

My hometown is my paradise. It’s a place where I feel at home, surrounded by nature’s beauty and warm-hearted people.

250 Words Essay on My Hometown

Every individual carries a soft spot for their hometown, a place that holds an abundance of memories and experiences. My hometown, nestled in the heart of the countryside, is no exception. Its charm lies not in grandeur, but in its simplicity and tranquility.

The Landscape

The landscape of my hometown is a harmonious blend of rolling hills, lush green fields, and a serene river that meanders through the town, providing a lifeline to the local ecosystem. The view from the hilltop, especially during sunrise and sunset, is a spectacle that leaves one in awe of nature’s beauty.

The people of my hometown are its true wealth. They are warm, welcoming, and deeply rooted in their traditions. The local festivals, celebrated with much fervor, are a testament to the town’s rich cultural heritage. These celebrations are a spectacle of unity, with people from different backgrounds coming together to partake in the joyous occasions.

The economy of my hometown is primarily agrarian. The fertile lands yield bountiful crops, sustaining the local population and contributing to the nation’s food supply. The town is also known for its handicrafts, with skilled artisans creating exquisite pieces that reflect the town’s cultural ethos.

My hometown, in its quiet and unassuming manner, has shaped my perspective of the world. It has taught me the value of community, the beauty of nature, and the importance of cultural heritage. It remains a place of comfort and nostalgia, a refuge that I can always return to. It is more than just a geographical location; it is a part of my identity.

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Geographical setting.

Nestled in the heart of the country, my hometown is an amalgamation of urban and rural landscapes. It is a place where the serenity of the countryside meets the hustle-bustle of city life. The town is surrounded by lush green fields, while the city center is adorned with historical monuments that stand as a testament to our rich cultural heritage.

Cultural Diversity

The cultural tapestry of my hometown is rich and diverse. The town is a melting pot of various cultures and traditions, which are reflected in the many festivals celebrated with great pomp and show. The harmonious coexistence of different communities is a hallmark of my hometown, making it a model of unity in diversity.

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Local cuisine.

The local cuisine is a gastronomic delight, with dishes that are a perfect blend of flavors and spices. From hearty meals to delectable desserts, the town’s culinary offerings are a treat to the palate.

Challenges and Opportunities

While my hometown is a place of beauty and tranquility, it is not without its challenges. The lack of proper infrastructure and limited job opportunities are pressing issues. However, with the advent of digital technology and the government’s focus on rural development, there is a renewed sense of hope and optimism.

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My House Essay

It would be fantastic to live in my perfect home with my parents and sisters. In my view, a home ought to include all the facilities, including practical bathrooms, kitchens, and spacious rooms. I always dream of a home that makes me feel content, safe, and a part of something. Here are a few sample essays on "my house".

My House Essay

100 Words Essay On My House

My wonderful home is on the outskirts of the city. Our house is situated on a spacious lot with lots of room for gardens and picturesque surroundings. There are three bedrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, and a living room in my house. On top of a tall compound wall that completely encloses the area, we grow decorative creepers. Our home feels spacious and has lots of natural light thanks to the huge windows in each of our living spaces. Every morning when we eat breakfast, we are treated to a lovely view of the lawn and flowers in the backyard. A variety of materials, including bricks, cement, tiles, marble, and wood, were used to build the house. My house is the most amazing place in the world, and my friends love coming over.

200 Words Essay On My House

Description of my house.

My house was built close to where my neighbourhood is. My family and I had been living in a government-provided flat during my father's time in the military. However, my parents decided amicably to relocate to our town and stay there only for the duration of the service term. Our home was already in my village. We have five bedrooms, a kitchen, and a spacious veranda. There is also a little cottage for us. It is the ideal spot to reside in the summer. In metropolitan settings, the size of the building is more significant than the homes. The fields close to my house are a wonderful shade of green. It made us more aware of how lovely our home was.

Spaces Outside My House

There is a lot of open space in front of our house because my house was built on a pitch. My father built modest animal shelters for cows and dogs in this area and used them for gardening. For the same, some construction work was also done. We set up food and water for the local wildlife and birds. Together with my family, these activities turned my home into the cutest place to live. One of my favourite parts of the entire house is this location.

500 Words Essay On My House Essay

I reside in a beautiful home part of a colony in a tiny town adjacent to the city. Our home was just built recently, and we just moved in. Four rooms total two stories, including a living room, kitchen, dining room, terrace, and basement. Within the compound, we have enough room to create a garden. Our garden has a wide variety of vegetables and blooming plants planted.

My room offers a large balcony on the first level with a panoramic view. It also allows me to set up my telescope and see the night sky comfortably. We have a sizable kitchen with a door leading to the backyard garden. My parents enjoy their tea on the lawn every evening in the kitchen garden.

Our terrace is my favourite feature of my home. The top of our home has a sizable open area that is tastefully furnished for relaxing. On the balcony, there is a big swing that I enjoy using to spend my evenings reading my favourite books. Occasionally, I will invite my friends to play catch on the terrace. The open terrace is stunning to look at at night. I can see the moon and all the stars when the sky is clear. I prefer to lie down and count the stars on such clear evenings.

Our home is situated in a lovely and warm neighbourhood. My father often gets fruits and veggies from a small market nearby. We have excellent neighbours as well. They are generous and compassionate people who are always willing to lend a hand. I adore my brand-new home and all of its exquisite amenities. I prefer to spend time at home somewhere else.

My Dream House

We currently reside in a little house; thus, my future dream is to own my own home. To live with my parents, sisters, and me in my ideal home would be fantastic. A house should have all the amenities, such as functional bathrooms, kitchens, and spacious rooms. Instead of a large mansion, I always dream of a place that makes me feel happy, secure, and a part of something.

Space and Ventilation: There would be enough space throughout my home and sufficient ventilation. This will also contribute to making the house feel alive and airy.

Garden Space: In my home, there would be room for gardening because plants assist in purifying the air and look nice.

Balcony: My room would have a patio that led out to the exterior, giving me a view of the outside of my home. My ideal home would have a nice front view of a playground or a park.

Living Room: My home will have vibrant rooms thanks to the employment of various colour tones. I wish to have a reading area constructed in my house.

The ideal place to provide us with security, love, and affection is at home. We feel the most at ease and liberated there. I adore my home and the lovely family members who make it their own.

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